What a rollercoaster of a week it’s been for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The team fell to 0-2 after being defeated by the Seattle Seahawks at home, losing starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in the process. Mason Rudolph, meanwhile, proved to a solid replacement for the two-time Super Bowl MVP.
So, the Antonio Brown experiment is over in Oakland. It's fair to say that it really didn't start, but that only serves to make it sound like nothing happened in the six turmoil filled months he was with the Raiders.
Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers are eager for a fresh start and in a matter of a few days they’ll launch their 2019 campaign against the defending champions, New England Patriots, in primetime Sunday Night Football.
For a franchise that prides itself upon being steady and without drama, the 2018 version of the Pittsburgh Steelers was far from the norm.
Ben Roethlisberger’s Steelers faced off against Kurt Warner’s underdog Cardinals in a match up for the ages. This for me ranks as one of the very best Super Bowls, filled with interesting narratives, wonderful plays and a tremendous finish. This review will take a step back to February 1st 2009 and address what could have been for the plucky Cards.
The 2019 NFL Draft was filled with shock picks and drama across the weekend. Draft reaction from New England Patriots to the Washington Redskins is here.
Well, the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft wasn't without its drama. The Cardinals and the 49ers made the moves everyone expected in taking Kyler Murray and Nick Bosa respectively. The Cards still have Josh Rosen, whilst the Giants picked Daniel Jones. The Washington Redskins made great moves, and there were multiple pick trades.
Kyler Murray drops outside the top three in our NFL mock draft as defensive players lead the way.
Oakland Raiders have agreed to acquire Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers for a third round and a fifth round pick.
The AFC North is one of the NFL's most interesting divisions this offseason. The Browns, Steelers, Bengals and Ravens all have big decisions to make.